Academy of Distinguished Educators
News and Announcments
Call for 2014 ADE Medical Education Poster Session Abstracts:
The Academy of Distinguished Educators (ADE) is soliciting poster abstracts for the 2014 ADE Medical Education Poster Session, which will be a component of our Medical Education Week on Monday, March 3 – Friday, March 7, 2014. One-page abstracts should be submitted by January 20, 2014. Any UVA faculty member, research fellow, clinical fellow, resident, postdoc, graduate student, or medical student who is involved in medical education activities is eligible to submit. Authors may submit more than one abstract. Abstracts can be submitted in three areas: 1. Medical education research, 2. Innovations in medical education and 3. Big ideas in medical education. Full details are here. Contact Bob Bloodgood with questions.
Welcome to the newest members of the ADE!
Members (left to right):
Patrick G. Northup, MD, Andrew Y. Wang, MD, Maurice Apprey, PhD, Catherine F. Casey, MD, Ellen C. Keeley, MD, Elisa R. Trowbridge, MD, Robin D. LaGallo, MD, and Anneke T. Schroen, MD, MPH
J. David Castle, PhD, Jennifer R. Marks, MD, Pamela K. Mason, MD, and J. Fritz Angle, MD
Barrett H. Barnes, MD and Brian S. Uthlaut, MD
History and Mission
The Academy of Distinguished Educators was founded by the Dean of the School of Medicine in 2003 to provide an organizational structure that would recognize, reward and promote excellence in education.
The School of Medicine charge to the Academy is:
- Recognize and reward outstanding teachers.
- Work to make excellence in teaching a domain of academic advancement.
- Develop effective faculty educators across the academic medical center.
All faculty of the School of Medicine at the Assistant Professor level or higher are eligible for membership. Information on gaining membership to the Academy is available on the Membership Directory Page.
The Academy fulfills its mission to advance the quantity and quality of research in medical education at the UVa School of Medicine through the Educational Research Program, which sponsors both a Small Grants Program and the new annual Medical Education Research Poster Session.
Co-Chairs of the ADE
|Tim Bender, PhD
Professor of Microbiology
Christine Peterson, MD
The Academy Steering Committee is responsible for developing, coordinating, and overseeing the operations of the Academy committees.
The Steering Committee supervises three Member Subcommittees which focus on the topics of: Activities, Education Research & Resources, and Membership.